NCPA Media: News Release
Jan 17, 2001
Tuition isn't the only cost of a college education. College graduates are also treated much less favorably by Social Security.
Jan 16, 2001
The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) will release two major studies in its series of reports on Social Security at a Wednesday morning media breakfast at the Old Ebbitt Grill in Washington, D.C.
Nov 06, 2000
On Tuesday the nation will finally decide who the next occupant of the White House will be, as well as which party will control the House and Senate.
Nov 03, 2000
As the presidential election heads for the final stretch, both candidates are crisscrossing the country pitching their version of a prescription drug benefit to senior voters.
Oct 06, 2000
Now that the first two debates are in the record books, Social Security continues to be one the clearest areas of difference between the two presidential campaigns.
Sep 27, 2000
The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) today announced the launch of a commercial television advertising campaign to educate the general public about the benefits of personal investment in Social Security reform.
Sep 25, 2000
The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA SM) will unveil a national educational advertising initiative at a news conference Wednesday, Sept. 27, at the National Press Club.
Sep 12, 2000
With the Medical Savings Accounts demonstration project due to expire on December 31, 2000, National Center for Policy Analysis health policy experts John C. Goodman, Greg Scandlen and Jack Strayer, all of whom helped develop and market the concept of Medical Savings Accounts, are available to comment.